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Get Out: Free Bagels, 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,' UCLA Film Festival & More

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FOOD: Fresh & Easy is giving out a bag of free bagels to customers this morning (and tomorrow morning, too), ostensibly to help them deal with the lost hour of Daylight Saving Time. We're not sure what the connection is, but we're always down for free food. You don't even have to purchase anything—the only catch is that you need to get a coupon here and supplies are limited.

THEATER: LAist had a chance to check out the Spike Lee-directed, Mike Tyson-performed "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth" and we were surprised by how much we enjoyed it: you have one more day to catch the show at the Pantages Theatre. The show starts at 7pm, and you can buy tickets starting at $25 here.

MUSIC VIDEOS: dublab is hosting "A Labrat Matinee 11: we spiked the concessions" starting at 8:15 pm until midnight at Cinefamily. The event promises a screening of "mind-zapping collage of rarely-seen music videos, comedy clips, far-out animation, new dublab films, and other eye-melting magic" and there will be complimentary beer for Lagunitas Brewing on tap. The event is $12, and for more information visit the website of Cinefamily and dublab.

FILM: This month is UCLA's Festival of Preservation which only comes around once every two years. Today at 4 pm the Billy Wilder Theater you can catch the pre-code "International House" (1933) directed by Edward Sutherland, which was at the time described as "vulgar and borders constantly on the salacious." At 7 pm there will be a double feature beginning with the film noir "The Chase" (1946), which was directed by Arthur D. Ripley. (This was the last film completed by UCLA Film & Television Archive preservationist Nancy Mysel, who passed away in 2012.) This will be followed by another noir "High Tide" (1947) directed by John Reinhardt.

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MUSIC: The La Fonda Supper Club is hosting a punk show with Northwesterners and some local groups. Stickers and Pony Time are on tour from Seattle, and they will be followed by local groups The Shrills and Coming. The show costs $7, and the venue is located at 2501 Wilshire Blvd. Doors open at 9 pm, and the show starts at 10 pm. It's a 21+ event. For more information about the event, check out its flier.

MORE MUSIC: Tonight Old Towne Pub in Pasadena is hosting a quartet of female-fronted groups starting at 8 pm. Crinoline, Swords of Fatima, Brainspoon & Ingenue will all be playing at the pub at 66 N. Fair Oaks Ave. For more information, visit the event's Facebook page.